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[movies]Shocking and Awful - The Real Face of Occupation
Part one of a twelve part series from Deep Dish TV on the war in Iraq. The programs address the implications and consequences of the recent military actions in Iraq and shows how people are mobilizing to deal with the issues raised by the war. To see other parts in this series, click: Part 1: The Real Face of Occupation Part 2: Standing with the Women of Iraq Part 3: National Insecurities Part 4: The Art of Resistance Part 5: Dance of Death Part 6: Erasing Memory - The Cultural Destruction of I...
Keywords: iraq; war; shock and awe; middle east
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[movies]China: Presenting River Elegy
This epic television series initiated a whirlwind of discussion and debate when it was first broadcast to a national audience in China in 1988. Excerpts from a six part Chinese documentary series: Xia Jun/director; Su Xiaokang and Wang Luxiang/script.Made in the period of maximum openness and press freedom, it utilized an experimental and expressive text and score to review China's past and future prospects...
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[movies]Korea: Until Daybreak
This tape features south Korea's decade-long street insurrections from the point of view of students, farmers and workers who have stood in the front line of the reunification movement, against economic exploitation and-militarism. Beginning with stark footage from the Kwang-ju people's massive uprising and brutal suppression in 1980, through a recent strike of militant office workers, protests by farmers against the import of U.S...
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[movies]8th International Women's Day Video Festival: Women and Discovery Part 4
Warning Media May Be Hazardous to Your Health by Jenai Lane, protests against the subjugation of women in the media and beauty pageants. Mixed Messages by Kathryn Brew, video art. J. Mayne Reads Soap Opera Magazines by Paper Tiger, analysis of soap opera influences. Can You See Me Now by Holly Nattall. The Betucada Belles drum to Guayguanco a traditional Cuban rythym. We All Live Downstream: How Pollution on the Mississippi is effecting health by A...
Downloads: 464 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[movies]Be a DIVA!
This program profiles ACT UP (the AIDS Coalition To Unleash Power), the effective and inventive national AIDS activist organization. In 1989, ACT UP, a diverse, non-partisan group of individuals united in anger and committed to direct action to end the AIDS crisis, spawned DIVA-TV (Damned Interfering Video Activists) to organize independent video makers involved in AIDS activism. Working collectively to produce images of ACT UP's often massive, always colorful, protests, DIVA-TV is a prime examp...
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[movies]Showdown in Seattle, Pt 5 - What Democracy Looks Like
Seattle's Independent Media Center's Showdown in Seattle: Five Days that Shook the WTO: A five part series featuring on-the-ground, non-corporate perspective and in-depth analysis on world trade issues, popular resistance and the police repression that you won't find elsewhere.
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[movies]No Hay Paz (There Is No Peace) - Roberto Arevalo
This portrait of Salvadoran refugees living in the U.S. suggests that even for those driven from home, the 1 2-year war in El Salvador has not ended. On top of unemployment, discrimination and exploitation, the U.S. has refused to recognize their status as refugees. Newly arrived Salvadoran families describe the other war which has just begun for those in El Salvador:-one where Salvadorans must confront their own devastated country...
Downloads: 767 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[movies]A Dish of Central America - Michael Murphy and Danielle Villegas
To most North Americans, Central America is a blur of incomprehensible political violence. This program puts together excerpts on the countries that make up the region, clarifying the distinctions and providing a road map to better understanding the region and the role of the US. government. The show includes segments of powerful and investigative documentaries such as "Dark Light of Dawn" (about military repression under the new civilian rule in Guatemala) and "Enough Crying of Tears" about El ...
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[movies]Lesbian Health News - DYKE TV
Personal vignettes on health care are featured in this short video from a lesbian perspective. Topics include Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, AIDS and breast cancer. Produced by DYKE TV (NY, NY).
Downloads: 2,345 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[movies]Ends and Means: The History and Consequences of Anticommunism in the United States - DeeDee Halleck and Catherine Saalfield
Anti-communism has been such a fixture of our conceptual landscape that many of us take it for granted. This film is lively compilation of clips from anti-communist propaganda films intercut with footage taken from an international conference at Harvard University in 1989. This show is an analytic and often humorous look at America's fear of red. Highlights of the tape include segments from a US propaganda film hosted by Ronald Reagan, Angela Davis on a network talk show discussing what communis...
Downloads: 32,305 1.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[movies]Like A Prayer
With the December 10th, 1989 demonstration by ACT UP and WHAM! (Women's Health Action and Mobilization) at St. Patrick's Cathedral as its focus, Like a Prayer is more than a simple documentation of that event. This show explores the many issues that were cause for the action - as well as those resulting from it - while charting the course of events both inside and outside the church. Like a Prayer is composed of several sections including an analysis of the demonstration as it was portrayed in t...
Downloads: 568 (1 review)
[movies]Iraqi Women - Interviews 3/4/2006

Downloads: 478
[movies]One on One, Pt 2
Ken and Louise: a middle class woman and a hard core prisoner exchange intimate views of their lives
Downloads: 117
[movies]Iraqi Women - Interview with Eman Khamas at the end of her visit to U.S.
Tape 1 talking about speeches she's made and the audience response, cultural differences and impresions, what the war could mean in the long run. Tape 2 America invades other countries because it has the power to get away with it, controlling oil means controlling world, distinction between government and people, talking to congressmen/women, stupid assumptions people make about other cultures, etc
Downloads: 554
[movies]Faisa Al Araji Sacramento Interviews
Tape 1: Women in Iraq have more freedom than Americans think. Poor people were most affected by Hussein. Liberation vs occupation. Her Blog. Creating culture of revenge. People in Women's Tour, her main plan is to tell what US media doesnt include. Facts are most important. message for Americans: get gov't to say plan for getting out of Iraq and stop building military bases. Tape 2: same as tape 1, different angle.
Downloads: 483
[movies]Who's In Control?
Does the responsibility for equal reproductive care begin with us? A diverse group of women in Milwaukee, Wis. share common, personal and professional experiences about the inequality of reproductive services. Ethical, moral and legal issues raised by these women are addressed in discussions with three leading women of color in Milwaukee's health care profession. In addition, the program features excerpts of women from around the country discussing , analyzing and defining reproductive rights...
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[movies]High Tech Baby Making: North and South
This program examines how different reproductive issues are dealt with in both industrialized and developing countries. The program includes media pieces from women's groups in India, Brazil, Mexico, France and the United States. Additionally, interviews with sociologists, scientists, influential doctors, cultural critics, patients and women who have received various reproductive treatments are included...
Downloads: 301
[movies]Redwood Summer and Beyond - Luana Plunkett and Neal Morrison
Using this summer's Earth First! actions to protect redwoods as a starting point, this program documents the fight to save forests from Australia to the Amazon, and the efforts to re-forest the planet, from the Sahara to our own backyard. Includes an interview with Judy Barry, environmental activist, injured in car bomb, speaking from her death bed and the threats to her life by the timber industry...
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[movies]Puro Party: Celebrating a Genocide - Lizzie Martinez, Jim Mendiola and Brett Littman
Every year for the past 101 years, San Antonio, TX, stages "Fiesta," a 10 day celebration to honor Texas' defeat of Mexico in the battle of San Jacinto --the Alamo, remember? This program takes Fiesta as a metaphor for the colonization of this predominantly Chicano city, and as an opportunity to explore Aztlan/Chicano identities. Coordinating Producers: Lizzie Martinez, Jim Mendiola and Brett Littman (San Antonio, TX)
Downloads: 400
[movies]Idiot Box Savant - Deep Dish TV
This program surveys the most innovative uses of access from across the country. This is television so refreshing that it will convince even the most cynical viewers that public access TV is worth watching (and making). It demonstrates how public access excels in opening television up to viewer interaction. In "What the Hell Do You Want?" host David Dawdy engages viewers in a dialogue about the problems of participatory democracy while sitting in a bathtub in the access studio of Pittsfield MA...
Keywords: Public Access; David Dawdy; Democracy; Jeffrey Dahmer; Mark Behar and Bryce; Racism; Homophobia
Downloads: 259
[movies]Environmental Action and the Labor Movement - Jesse Drew
Working people around the country are allying with environmentalists in an effort to protect their families, homes and communities. Once again, the enemy of the labor movement is corporate America, the world's worst polluter. Citing movements in Louisiana, Canada and the Silicon Valley, this program shows coalitions are being formed nationally between the two movements. Coordinating Producer: Jesse Drew (San Francisco, CA.)
Downloads: 373
[movies]public access: Spigot For Bigots Or Channels For Change? The Empire Strikes Out! Pt 4
This ten-part series is a response to the use of public access channels by white supremacists, addressing the controversy that ensues between civil rights and civil liberties. The debate reached its peak in Kansas City, Missouri when the Ku Klux Klan applied for time on the local access channel. The city council, in response to city-wide pressure, voted to give up their access channel rather than accept Klan programming...
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[movies]6th International Women's Video Festival , Pt 2
March 8th --International Women's Day-- was inspired by a militant street demonstration in 1908, when women from sweatshops and tenements on New York's Lower East Side marched to Union Square with demands for higher wages, better working conditions, the right to vote and an end to child labor. For the sixth consecutive year, the International Women's Day Video Festival commemorates this occasion with productions by women worldwide...
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[movies]Inauguration 2001: Raining on the Parade
Raining on the Parade co-produced by Deep Dish TV, Free Speech TV and Changing America. Hosted by Laura Flanders New York Cities Independent Media Center's Not My President
Downloads: 347
[movies]4th International Women's Day Video Festival Part 3
"Fantasy News" by Gloria Williams, mock newscast about a woman president and the end to patriarchy. "Judith Williamson Consumes Passionately" in Southern California by Paper Tiger, women, advertising and consumerism. Song about being a bum from Joni Schwartz. Racism and women.
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[movies]Political Nineties Too. A Spanish Point of View, Pt 2 - Digitales Ozbeats
Not everyone in Spain favors the celebration of the Quincentenary or is satisfied with the Spanish government. This 2-part program, produced by a Spanish video activist collective, gives us the views of progressive and radical Spanish thinkers. Included is footage of demonstrations and protests held at the World's Fair in Seville in April 1992, and a look at Spanish society 500 years-after Columbus...
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[movies]NetRoots: Cultivating the Digital Park
Paper Tiger TV returns to the issues surrounding the growth of new communication and information technologies. New computer networks and information resources are sprouting up around the globe as new uses continue to redefine and cultivate the communications landscape. This program also examines how the paths connecting our new digital gardens must be protected from the gates of private interest by a public policy that both protects and nurtures the nature of public communications...
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[movies]Sopa de Videos

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[movies]Shocking and Awful - Standing with the Women of Iraq
Part two of a twelve part series from Deep Dish TV on the war in Iraq. The programs address the implications and consequences of the recent military actions in Iraq and show how people are mobilizing to deal with the issues raised by the war. To see other parts in this series, click: Part 1: The Real Face of Occupation Part 2: Standing with the Women of Iraq Part 3: National Insecurities Part 4: The Art of Resistance Part 5: Dance of Death Part 6: Erasing Memory - The Cultural Destruction of Ir...
Keywords: iraq; war; shock and awe; middle east; women
Downloads: 55,976
[movies]Torn Between Colors
Students from the Schomburg Satellite Academy in the South Bronx examine media representations of African American and Latino youth in the wake of the Yusef Hawkins murder and the Central Park rape. They explore the role of language and image in shaping public opinion regarding racially-charged issues. Produced by Paper Tiger TV with the Through Our Eyes Video History Project (Bronx, NY).
Keywords: Torn Between Colors
Downloads: 493
[movies]Rebuilding Our Communities: A Vision for the Future - Nilo Cayugueo, Glenn Switkes and Jerry Pozo
Six indigenous leaders from Central and South America discuss the 500 Years Campaign, which began as indigenous people's response to the Quincentenary celebration and has developed as an ongoing dialogue among indigenous activists. Coordinating Producers: Nilo Cayugueo, Glenn Switkes and Jerry Pozo for the South and Meso American Indian Information Center (SAIIC)
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[movies]Writers Uncensored: The Sweep of Time - Deep Dish TV
Part of the series: The Lannon Foundation Presents Writers Uncensored. Nobel Laureate Czeslaw Milosz reflects on his life and career as an emigre, diplomat and internationally acclaimed writer, talking about the role of poets in the politics of our time.
Keywords: Czeslaw Milosz; poetry; social consciousness; politics; immigration; Lannon Foundation
Downloads: 183
[movies]Forging Ties for Peace - Madre, Simone Farkhondeh and Laura Flanders
The Dilemmas facing the Iraqi people due to the currently imposed sanctions. Interviews and footage recently obtained in Iraq are interspersed with the work of several organizations with this issue, including MADRE. Produced by Madre, Simone Farkhondeh and Laura Flanders (NY, NY)
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[movies]Haiti: Misunderstood Neighbor - Ayiti Vizyon and SCAT
This program examines Haiti's history, sense of cultural expression, the current political situation, and hopes for the future. Produced by Ayiti Vizyon and SCAT. (Somerville, MA)
Downloads: 538
[movies]National Health Emergency: An Activist Survey
This program presents a timely analysis of health care reform in the United States. Video segments from around the country illustrate successful models for a comprehensive health care plan and local news reports on continuing strategies and organizing events are featured. The program also highlights the work of national and regional organizations, such as the Health Care! We Gotta Have It Campaign, Physicians for a National Health Program, Nurses for National Health Care, the Universal Care Acti...
Downloads: 457
[movies]Bring the War Home
An accelerated decline of the US economy, labor, housing and healthcare lie in the wake of the Gulf War. The billions spent on destruction in this war could have been spent on ecological projects, housing and education. This program includes: Michio Kaku, physicist; Adrienne Wing, National Conference of Black Lawyers; Dr. Yolanda Huet Vaughn, family practice physician who refused reserve duty in the Gulf; Michael Moore, director of Roger and Me, on the war and the auto industry; Seymour Melman, ...
Downloads: 364
[movies]Flying South
In January 1991, a group consisting of two African-Americans and one African-Colombian traveled from Boston, Mass. the Pacific Coast of Colombia, South America. This program depicts the cultural and socio/economic conditions of the natives of the region. The program also documents the dialogue between the visitors and the community, which contributes to a greater understanding of global connections...
Downloads: 257
[movies]About Face: Soldiers, Refugees & Other Victims Of War
This program documents the effects of war on those who fight them, those who escape them, and those who are its victims. Militarism is viewed, not with sensationalist awe, but from the perspective of human beings who are personally affected. Refugees talk about their attempts to escape the violence of US supported governments in Central America, and the efforts of Vietnam Vets to deal with the still painful memories of the war and the difficulty of their return home are portrayed in several movi...
Downloads: 512
[movies]Judith Mayne Dials Through Daytime Soap Operas
Ohio State professor and feminist cultural critic Judith Mayne dives into the hothouse of soap opera subculture to discover the mechanisms of their appeal. Produced by Paper Tiger TV at the Wexner Center for the Arts (Columbus OH)
Downloads: 627
[movies]Vibrant Voices: People of Color Speak Out - Deep Dish TV
Part of the series: Behind Censorship: The Assault on Civil Liberties. Institutions of the dominant culture daily censor the voices and heritage of people of color in the USA through a process of acculturation and assimilation. Vibrant Voices examines the struggle of African-Americans and Native, Latino and Asian peoples for control of their heritage and communities.
Keywords: Censorship; Civil Liberties; dominant culture; heritage; acculturation; assimilation; African Americans; Native; Latino; Asian
Downloads: 217
[movies]Home Sweet Homefront: Fighting For A Decent Place To Live
With shelter as a business, decent affordable housing has always been hard to find. During the Reagan years, drastic cutbacks in subsidies for low-income housing have forced many tenants into crumbling buildings, or for the most vulnerable, onto the streets. This program ironically juxtaposes old New Deal housing footage with footage of direct actions people are taking to secure housing today. Footage from the founding conference of the Albuquerque Union of the Homeless shows homeless people wit...
Downloads: 376
[movies]Writers Uncensored: After the Revolution - Deep Dish TV
Part of the series: The Lannon Foundation Presents Writers Uncensored. Andrei Codrescu, Romanian exile poet and frequent contributor to NPR's popular radio program "All Things Considered" speaks with journalist Christopher Hitchens about the betrayal of Romania's December 1989 Revolution.
Keywords: Lannon Foundation; Andrei Codrescu; Romania; Exile; Christopher Hitchens; Revolution
Downloads: 508
[movies]Age Wise
Older people are rarely seen on television. When they are, they usually appear as comical or inactive stereotypes. But on community and public access channels around the country, seniors are not only appearing on television, they are often producing it themselves. This show features clips from a number of series including "Senior Beat" from Wisconsin, "Age Wise" from Oregon and "Generations" from Massachusetts...
Downloads: 247
[movies]Casa Primavera
This documentary highlights the struggle of a successful community-based mental health program, Casa Primavera, for Latinos in Boston, Mass. Casa Primavera is the only program of its type in the nation. The video provides a unique "inside look" at the workings of Casa Primavera and the patients it serves. The personal testimonies of the staff and patients spotlight the delicate balance in which Latinos live and how the barriers they face damage self-esteem...
Downloads: 242
[movies]Community Visions - Lisa Yasui
The community production program of the Scribe Video Center in Philadelphia which assists community groups and social action programs to create their own videotape about important neighborhood concern, an innovative approach to change, an aspect of community cultural life or to use as a tool for ongoing work. From Victim to Survivorr sensitively depicts the ability of survivors of sexual violence to heal...
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[movies]Breathless
In 1992, New York City announced its plan to build seven garbage incinerators to solve the city's growing waste problem. The decision to build the incinerators in only lower-income, disenfranchised neighborhoods caused the community to contend that environmental racism is the newest form of institutional racism. Breathless was created through, and used by grassroots movements against this polluted plan...
Downloads: 383
[movies]One on One, Pt 1
"One on One"- Ken and Louise: a middle class woman and a hard core prisoner exchange intimate views of their lives
Downloads: 119
[movies]AIDS IN PRISON - Amen
"Amen"- Four prisoners interviewed up close and personal
Downloads: 340
[movies]Public Access: Spigot For Bigots Or Channels For Change? Stirring Up the Myth of the Melting Pot, Pt 5
This ten-part series is a response to the use of public access channels by white supremacists, addressing the controversy that ensues between civil rights and civil liberties. The debate reached its peak in Kansas City, Missouri when the Ku Klux Klan applied for time on the local access channel. The city council, in response to city-wide pressure, voted to give up their access channel rather than accept Klan programming...
Downloads: 459
[movies]8th International Women's Day Video Festival: Women and Discovery Part 3
Discusses women and their professions, and touches on violence against women. In Her Chosen Field by National Film Board of Canada, women livestock farmers. Quite a Problem: Sexual Harassment by Kathy Desmond. Doubting Thomas by Leslie A. Purcell, a he said, she said situation. Tina DElra reads the poem Fiercly Piercing Towards a Struggle of Opposition. Every Woman Has a Story by Cambridge Women in Cable...
Downloads: 319
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